Computer Science for [primary/middle school] students: what's the big idea?

author: Tim Bell, College of Engineering, University of Canterbury
published: May 11, 2018,   recorded: April 2018,   views: 885


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Prof. Tim Bell presents "great ideas" on computer science teaching that have influenced changes in curricula around the world: from New Zealand and the USA (K12) to Europe.

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Comment1 Ethan, December 17, 2020 at 1:05 p.m.:

I've always been interested in computer science, I wish I had realized it later. Now I'm studying in a completely different direction, it's important for me to complete my studies, I've talked to myself, such services as - help me. But after that I will definitely study computer science.

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